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Publié le 02/22/10 à 13:07
Transistor guitar amp 100Watts 2 HP 10 "Yamaha
2 jack inputs high and low
2 channels with the possibility to switch thanks to the supplied footswitch
output jack for hp supplmentaire
output jack for direct out
2 output jack for footswitch channel / reverb
1 channel medium rather low volume treble
1 channel gain medium rather low volume treble
pull switch on possibilities for strengthening the gain medium rather
pull switch on possibilities to enhance treble treble
the 2 channels are redirected to an equalizer parameter
Accutronics Spring Reverb
lacks an effects loop ...

UTILIZATION

the highlight is the possibility of its regulation of the focus in almost all frequencies.

rverbe the spring is beautiful not very long but effective

SOUNDS

just for clean sounds, sounds very warm,
very close to his lamp is stunning!

use in jazz classic, perfect,
use with electroacoustic, it's really super, what clarity, what DEFINITIONS!

not for the saturated,

OVERALL OPINION

bought used 120 7 years ago, I made him undergo a thorough cleaning especially the knobs that spitting death!

I'm very attach this amp,
Stern noted that Mike used a very long time G100 212, for a few DCEN, until it renders me, a few years ago. he was a "warm tone "...( Interview Mike Stern Guitar Instructional DVD, where he presented his hardware).
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